These are the translated instructions by my friend Jessica for my review of this product! You can find the review here. I have added an image of the tray at the bottom so you know where all the items are located as well as little notes for easier understanding.
0. Prep work
Wash your hands so they’re clean! Cut the tray with scissors as shown in the picture. (Triangle Cup)
1. Let’s make broccoli! – apple flavour
Put the broccoli ingredient (green package) into the middle section of the tray. Then use the triangle cup to add water once. Use the fork to stir well until it dissolves. Wait 3 minutes for it to solidify.
2. Let’s make fried eggs! – grape flavour
At the bottom left section with ridges, put in the fried egg ingredient (yellow package). Then use the triangle cup to add water once. Use the fork to stir well until it becomes smooth. Wait 3 minutes for it to solidify.
3. Let’s make an octopus hot dog! – strawberry flavour
In bottom right section, put in the octopus hot dog ingredient (red package). Then use the triangle cup to add water once. Then use the fork to stir well until it becomes smooth. Wait 3 minutes for it to solidify.
4. Let’s make onigiri! – yogurt flavour
In the large section of the tray, put in the onigiri ingredient (blue package). Add two of the triangle cups of water and stir well until the powder disappears. Be careful not to let any of the powder spill out while stirring.
Collect the flour and split it into two. For the first half refer to the panda’s size on the back of the yellow packaging bag, make the ears and face. With the other, make a triangular onigiri
In the groove that looks like a panda face, the black stripe and hole, put in nori ingredient (grey package). Don’t pass the arrow marker on the tray.
Press the onigiri into the nori section. And then push your triangular onigiri into it so the nori sticks to it. Then your triangular onigiri is finished.
Push the panda’s head into the face shape to get the eyes, nose, and mouth to stick to the nori. Use the leftover for the panda’s ears. Attach the ears to the head and then your panda onigiri is finished.
5. Let’s make napolitan pasta! – grape flavour
In large section of the tray, put the napolitan ingredient (orange package). Add two of the triangle cups of water and stir well with the fork.
6. Finishing touches
Move it into the dye bag. Like in the picture, seal the top of the bag, and cut the bottom corner off a bit with scissors. Squeeze it onto the bento sheet (yellow plastic bag). Add the topping on top of the napolitan and you’re all done.
Roll the fried eggs with the fork as shown in the picture and remove it from the tray. Use the fork to pop out the broccoli and hotdog and place them on the onigiri sheet.